Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Ambience"

The meaning of "Ambience" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ambience mean?
A: It means the general mood of an area, especially in a restaurant

Example sentences using "Ambience"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ambience
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A: @UniqueBurton11 thank you!!

Synonyms of "Ambience" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ambience and ambiance ?
A: ambience implies general sounds and noises, like cars passing by, birds chirping, wind rustling trees, or maybe a hum of a machine. "Ambient noises"

Ambiance is more of the feel of the room in an emotional sense, the vibe, weight of the environment, or the atmosphere.

That said, the words can be loosely interchangeable (used in the same way)
Q: What is the difference between ambience and atmosphere and vibes ?
A: ambience and atmosphere=what the feeling or mood is in a place (atmosphere is more common), vibe=the feeling you get from a place, person, or any thing

"There was a tense atmosphere in that room."

"Let's not go in there, I'm getting bad vibes from it."
Q: What is the difference between ambience and atomosphere ?
A: They mean the same thing when atmosphere is used to mean the mood/feeling of a place. However, atmosphere has other uses beyond this.
As a word, ambience/ambiance (both correct) sounds more impressive. It's a French word so it sounds classy/refined/upper-class. It's pronunciation is soft and pleasant.

Same meaning:
The restaurant had a nice atmosphere. (Common)
The restaurant had a nice ambiance. (Common)

The atmosphere of the beach was that of summer fun. (Common)
The ambiance of the beach was that of summer fun. (Common)

It was a tense atmosphere. (Common)
It was a tense ambiance. (Less common, but not wrong)

The restaurant had a lot of ambiance.
The restaurant had a lot of atmosphere.


Different meaning
The rocket burned up in the earth's atmosphere. - (Natural)
The rocked burned up in the earth's ambiance. (does not make sense)

The moon does not have an atmosphere. (Natural)
The moon does not have an ambiance. (does not make sense)




Q: What is the difference between ambience and environment ?
A: Environment is a word describing a person's or an items' or a animals' surroundings. If you are in a desert, you'd say your environment is dry and sandy. If you were in a rainforest, you'd say your environment is damp and tropical. Ambience is the feeling an environment is associated with. If you are in a nice restaurant you could say that the ambience was cozy

Other questions about "Ambience"

Q: Can I ask you please about ' ambience '?
I saw the word ' a relaxing ambience '.
Is 'ambiance' a countable noun?

Please tell me😃
A: You can use both sentences. They are both grammatically correct. 😊
Q: Here is nice ambience. does this sound natural?
A: This place has a nice ambience.
Q: there has a charming ambience does this sound natural?
A: There is a charming atmosphere.
Q: The outside ambience was simple and it was a little bit difficult to find this restaurant. The exterior was the same structure with other adjacent restaurants. A landmark for finding this restaurant was only the sign.
Interior was relaxed and warm. The room between tables was not too tight but it was close. There were already catlories and glasses beforehand. Furthermore, there are purple flowers with a vase and a jar of soy sauce on each table. Table setting can play a key role to build a dining experience (Candace Smith Etiquette n.d.). The atmosphere of the restaurant self was classic and noble.
The lightings of the restaurant were not blight and using orange colour. That made the atmosphere warmer.
does this sound natural?
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